As the new-look Thunder continues to evolve, so does the overall game of three-time scoring champ Kevin Durant.

In OKC's 106-92 victory over Portland on Friday night, Durant led his team in rebounds (17), assists (seven), blocked shots (two) and, um, turnovers (six).

The Thunder's three-time All-Star — who is listed at 6-foot-9, stands 6-foot-11 and has a wingspan of 7-foot-5 — spent some significant time playing point guard before a sellout crowd of 18,203 at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

"There were a couple of passes I wish I could have back," Durant said afterward. "I was just trying to make the right play. The defense always thinks I'm trying to score, so if I find my teammates and make the open passes, it will free me up a little bit as well."

Durant is being too hard on himself. At least two turnovers came on threaded passes that should have been caught. A couple more came when he lost the ball out of bounds while being fouled, but no call. Another came on a charging call after another foul that was missed.

As the Thunder retools itself a bit more each season, part of the evolution process entails Durant becoming perhaps the longest point guard in NBA history.